Life Bioprinted
In a highly horizontal industry such as 3D printing, the area of bioprinting can represent an entire industry. Therefore, this section in the 3D printing business directory reflects the diversity of this industrial segment. It includes 3D bioprinter hardware manufacturers, bioprinting materials (or bioinks) manufacturers as well as 3D bioprinting services and laboratories. These are often internal to Universities and are servicing the bioengineering, biofabrication and regenerative medicine sectors.

3D Bioprinting includes several different technologies. The most common is pneumatic extrusion, which combines a hydrogel material with either a polymer, ceramic or stem-cell based materials and extruded through a syringe forming complex tridimensional shapes. Other technologies for bioprinting include the use of inkjet/material jetting and stereolithography with UV curing. The most common biomaterials for 3D bioprinting today are cartilage, skin tissue, bone-like ceramic materials and some organ tissue such as liver or kidney, use mainly for drug discovery applications.

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Ronawk's Bio-Block Universe accelerates time to result by removing subculture, increasing biological yield by allowing cells to produce microenvironments as they would in the body, and creating an expandable environment without adding extensive time, labor, or costs. The impact is an increase in cell and biological opportunities while maintaining cell and tissue viability, key characteristics, and secretion of therapeutic biologics while lowering contamination risk.
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We are a biodesign studio combining methods of microbiology and computational design technologies with expertise in 3D printed and robotically fabricated biomaterials. Our work sets out to uncover and highlight the beauty, intelligence, and complexity of microbial life for design systems. Our aim is to make products that reduce natural resources extraction and consumption, promoting long-term environmental health.
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axenoll
We are an innovative company specialized in 3D screen printing, focusing on applications for medicine, life sciences and cosmetics. To fully exploit the great potential of our technology and implement novel concepts for product development , we established a creative, interdisciplinary team working in close collaboration. Our expertise includes classic and 3D screen printing, product and process development, polymer and biomaterial chemistry and cell biology.
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BIO INX
BIO INX® is a spin-off company of Ghent University and Vrije Universiteit Brussel focusing on the commercialisation of materials and bio-inks for 3D bioprinting or biofabrication by utilizing decades of academic experience in the field of polymers and biomaterials.
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We are a biotechnology company that provides advanced solutions for medical research, drug discovery and regenerative medicine by integrating cutting-edge 3D bioprinting technology, biology expertise and a deep understanding of market needs, positioning us as a valuable asset for healthcare and biotech industries
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Our unique 4D-Fibroprinting technology enables our customers to produce artificial living tissues with personalized shapes, personalized cells as well as natural fibrillar and vascular structures.
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Carcinotech is a MedTech company with expertise in manufacturing 3D printed living tumors using patient-derived biopsies, primary cells, immune cells, and cancer stem cells. Carcinotech’s advanced models provide a platform for rapid, ethical, and accurate drug screening, and pre-clinical and personalized medicine testing.
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A.D.A.M. is a developer of an on-demand personalized implant manufacturing infrastructure with a full scope of related services, provided remotely or on-site.
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lambdavision
LambdaVision is designing and developing an innovative, protein-based artificial retina that utilizes a light-activated protein, bacteriorhodopsin, to restore functional sight to those who would otherwise be blind due to retinal degenerative diseases, including age-related macular degeneration (AMD) and retinitis pigmentosa (RP). No cure exists for these diseases, and currently available treatments only slow their progression. There is a significant unmet need for the development of a treatment that restores meaningful vision to those affected. Through the development of an artificial retina, LambdaVision hopes to one day help patients regain vision so that they can complete everyday tasks with independence.
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Founded in 2020, Balena is a material science company, developing advanced, compostable, recyclable, and bio-based thermoplastic materials. Balena is on a mission to create a circular model for durable consumer goods products and solve one of the industry's biggest challenges: the product's end-of-life, while reducing the dependency on fossil fuels.
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3dbiofibr
3D BioFibR produces naturally sourced, high value biofibers, such as collagen and spider silk, for potential use in biomedical engineering, green textiles, defense, and aerospace applications.
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syntplant
Syntplant sp. z o.o. uses materials and technologies it has developed to produce implants based on bioresorbable materials, including innovative bone-forming filaments customized to the individual patient's needs. Our products are used wherever there is a need to supplement bone loss. The implants we manufacture take advantage of the body's natural ability to regenerate.
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essent biologics
Essent Biologics is a nonprofit biotechnology company setting a new standard in human-derived biomaterials and comprehensive data for research.
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mooji meats
Mooji can print cuts of meat by layering fat, connective tissue and muscle cells in a marbling pattern, but she didn’t provide many details on how that happens. Mooji’s key advantage is speed. One printing head is “250 times faster” than existing 3D printers.
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systemic bio
Systemic Bio is a 3D Systems company based in Houston, Texas, focused on the development of vascularized organ models made out of hydrogels and human cells to be used for drug discovery and development.
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mycorena
Mycorena is a Swedish company that produces food products by using filamentous fungi in a fermentation process. At Mycorena, we are staunch believers in the amazing potential and power of filamentous fungi. Judging by the high global levels of activity within the entire intellectual property space, we are not alone.
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ourofoods
​Thanks to patented, advanced 3D tissue engineering technology, Ouro Foods will meet the demand for protein that tastes "right" to taste-impaired palates.
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We Are Cooking Something Awesome. Lowering The Cost Of Cultivated Meat Using Animal-Free Media Affordable, Natural, Sustainable    
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innoregen
We are the first company in Korea to work on developing bioink that combine human-derived collagen/human-derived extracellular matrices with hydrogels.
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jellatech
We imagined a future where no cow, pig, chicken or other animal needs to be harmed to satisfy our needs. We imagined what the world would look like if animals were subtracted from the equation entirely. It didn't take long for us to conclude that this was still a far-away fantasy; there were still too many things that too many of us would miss. Existing, innovative alternatives could satisfy our yearning for obvious products like meat and dairy, but substitutes are lacking for the hard-to-replace by-products of the meat and dairy industry; the smaller parts that are so very important, but far too often overlooked. 
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